J Sergent Reynolds (ASL)
My name is Cynthia. I am a Nationally Certified Interpreter for the Deaf. I have a degree in ASL to English Interpretation with Cum Laude honors, and I'm the founder of Sign Baby Sign.org. I'm currently a full time interpreter in a High School setting, and part-time community freelance interpreting. I have taught sign language clubs in school and church for 5 years, tutored budding interpreters to help them pass the certification test, and I work with parents who wish to teach their babies to sign.
I tutor based on your goals with your materials (or I can guide you to appropriate resources). As a homeschool mother for 13 years and working in school settings for 7 years, I have a good understanding of working with all ages to guide you to success. My name is Cynthia. I am a Nationally Certified Interpreter for the Deaf. I have a degree in ASL to English Interpretation with Cum Laude honors, and I'm the founder of Sign Baby Sign.org. I'm currently a full time interpreter in a High School setting, and part-time community freelance interpreting. I have taught sign language clubs in school and
If you are outside my 10 miles radius, then we could discuss other options: tutor online or meet half way at a library.
On first meeting Cynthia put my son at ease and made him confortable. He did not feel bad about his struggles in sign language. She provided him with recordings to go over at home. Looking forward to much success with Cynthia.
We were so lucky to get a hold of Cynthia. She is kind, patient, knowledgeable, and an expert in her field. My daughter loves her.
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If your child is hard of hearing (HH) and desires to learn or excel in sign language, then I can help. With 20 years of experience in the educational setting, over 10 years of working with HH children and adults, I can guide your child to a better understanding of the language and culture. We can build vocabulary for school or daily interaction, etc. Whatever you want to learn in sign, I can make it happen. Teaching sign language and seeing your child succeed is my passion.
So you want to learn sign language? Then you have found the right tutor. As a Nationally Certified Interpreter and a degree in ASL, I have been tutoring students, adults and even infants, interpreting in schools and community for many years. You can learn from a book or website, etc. You can choose learning by topics i.e. signing school vocabulary or signing to someone at a distance. Whatever your goal is, we can devise a plan together for weekly results.